*Broad Spectrum Behavior Therapy
*Broad Spectrum Behavior Therapy
Author: James P. McGee, II
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Broad Spectrum Behavior Therapy is a form of “technical eclecticism” wherein the practitioner relies on not only strictly behavioral techniques, such as desensitization or assertive training, but also on more traditional strategies, such as interpretation, reflection, cognitive restructuring, as well as the relationship aspects of therapy. The selection of treatment approaches by the Broad Spectrum Behavior therapist is more determined by his perception of the needs of the patient and the patient’s individual responses than to any specific set of theoretical assumptions. (9 pp.)

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